Coronavirus 4-1-1

WKSU, our public radio partners in Ohio and across the region and NPR are all continuing to work on stories on the latest developments with the coronavirus and COVID-19 so that we can keep you informed.

The Ohio Department of Health updates its numbers every afternoon on the spread of COVID-19. As of Sunday, March 29, 2020 ODH reports 29 Ohioans have died from COVID-19. There are 1,653 confirmed cases. The number of people hospitalized stands at 403. The state has created a new dashboard to provide people with more data on the outbreak. 

We want to make sure you're getting the answers to the questions you have, no matter how big or how small. Please submit them below, and we'll work to find the information you need. If you or a loved one are experiencing health issues, please contact your doctor immediately. 

Get e-communications from the WKSU news team by signing up for Insight. Visit WKSU.org/subscribe

_

Support the work of the WKSU news team. Make a donation to provide the resources they need to follow this evolving story at WKSU.org/donate.

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases and Deaths in Ohio

Map credit: Sue Zake

This map will be updated daily following the release of new data from the Ohio Department of Health.

illustration of coronavirus
ANGELA HSIEH / NPR

Here are your morning headlines for Wednesday, Feb. 19:

picture of Chapel Hill Mall entrance
JENNIFER CONN / WKSU

Here are your morning headlines for Friday, Feb. 14:

Two more possible case of coronavirus in Ohio came back negative this week. A third person is currently being tested.

illustration of coronavirus
ANGELA HSIEH / NPR

A Central Ohio man teaching in China said he’s ending his contract to come home early amid growing concerns about the quickly spreading coronavirus

 

photo of Kent State
KENT STATE UNIVERSITY

Due to fears of coronavirus, three Case Western Reserve University students who were studying abroad in China will not finish out the academic year there. 

The Case Western undergrads are part of a year-long study program in China. They were on winter break when the university learned of the novel coronavirus. One student was already in the U.S. The other two were in Taiwan. The university helped those students get back to the country.

Meanwhile, Cleveland State University, The University of Akron and Kent State University are restricting school sponsored travel to China. 

GOOGLE MAPS

Here are your morning headlines for Thursday, Feb. 6:

The Ohio Dept. of Health is investigating another potential case of novel coronavirus. The agency reiterates the risk to Ohioans of contracting the disease remains low and there are no confirmed cases in the state.

photo of Sen. Rob Portman and Sen. Sherrod Brown
STATEHOUSE NEWS BUREAU

Here are your morning headlines for Wednesday, Feb. 5:

photo of bald eagles
JIM KAFTAN

Here are your morning headlines for Monday, Feb. 3:

Two Miami University students do not have the novel coronavirus, the Ohio Health Department confirmed Sunday night.

photo of classroom
SHUTTERSTOCK

Here are your morning headlines for Friday, Jan. 31:

Summit Lake
WIKIMEDIA

Here are your morning headlines for Wednesday, Jan. 29:

Updated 3:15 p.m.

The Butler County Health Department says two Miami University students are being monitored for the coronavirus. The students had recently traveled to China.

A fifth U.S. case of coronavirus has been confirmed, this one in Arizona's Maricopa County. A statement released on Sunday from the Arizona Department of Health Services described the patient as "a member of the Arizona State University community who does not live in university housing."

Pages